Tears! Anti-drug heroic dog Binda dies after completing the “last patrol”
China News Service, Baoshan, April 12 (Zhang Jinnan, Tang Linyuan, Zhu Jie) The 11-year-old retired anti-drug police dog Binda at the Manhai Border Checkpoint of the Baoshan Border Management Detachment, Yunnan Province, left forever after completing the “last patrol” on the 11th To its comrades and police camps. On the morning of the 12th, the Manhai border checkpoint held a simple and solemn farewell party to bid farewell to Binda. “May you go well all the way, and we will be comrades-in-arms in the next life.” The trainer wrote down the eulogy with tears.
The picture shows the police seeing off the meritorious dog Binda. Provided by the Manhai Border Checkpoint
Binda is a male German Shepherd. He was born in June 2010 at the Harbin Police Dog Training Base. In 2011, he was assigned to serve at the Manhai Border Checkpoint with a police dog trainer. Never left.
The picture shows Binda staring at the place where he once fought. Provided by Manhai Border Checkpoint
Just arrived in Manhai, facing the hot climate and severe vehicle exhaust environment, Binda was not comfortable at one time, and stayed in the kennel for three days like a shy child . The instructor takes it every day to walk around the Manhai Bridge and the Nujiang River, allowing it to gradually blend into the surrounding environment.
The picture shows Bin Da and the trainer. Manhai Border Checkpoint provides
After adapting training, Binda quickly adapts to the new environment and is very excited every time he arrives on duty. On the first day of work, Binda assisted the police in inspecting more than 500 pieces of luggage and 100 vehicles. In the following days, Binda lived a busy and fulfilling life at the Manhai Border Checkpoint, checking luggage, responding, training, resting…
The picture shows Binda checking the express package. Provided by the Manhai Border Checkpoint
May 17, 2017, for Binda, it is a day of glory. On the same day, during a routine inspection of a passing pickup truck and the driver, the personnel on duty found that the driver looked flustered and looked suspicious, but did not find any suspicious objects in the car. Later, under the command of the trainer, Binda found an abnormality in the spare tire of the vehicle. Later, the X-ray scanner found that there were many suspicious lumps in the tires. After disassembly and inspection, the personnel on duty seized 45 pieces of heroin from the tires on the spot, with a net weight of 15.71 kg. Because of his outstanding performance, Binda was assessed as a second-class meritorious dog.
The picture shows Binda training. Provided by the Manhai Border Checkpoint
In 2019, the 9-year-old Binda’s vision, hearing, and smell degraded, and officially retired.
The picture shows Binda inspecting the spare tire of the truck. Provided by the Manhai Border Checkpoint
According to statistics, during the period of service, Binda completed various tasks, participated in 2,320 days on duty, checked 200,000 pieces of luggage, and searched 150,000 vehicles. More than 80 kilograms of drugs were seized.
“1 year old dog is equivalent to 7 years old for human beings. When he retires, Binda is in his sixtieth year. However, even after retiring, Binda has always been active on the front line of drug control.” Manhai border checkpoint Webmaster Yi Maozhi introduced that in January 2020, with the assistance of Binda, the personnel on duty seized 13 kilograms of drugs in two gray canvas bags on a logistics truck.
The picture shows Binda patrolling with the police. Provided by the Manhai Border Checkpoint
This year, entering April, Binda was extremely disturbed. Even if the veterinarian diagnosed and treated him, he still didn’t get better. Every day, only when it sees the port on duty, the mood stabilizes for a while.
“Binda sits at the top of the stairs every day, staring at the port on duty for a long time. There is its most nostalgic battlefield.” According to the instructor, on the morning of the 11th, Binda went to the Manhai Bridge and the port on duty. Soon after completing its last patrol, it left everyone forever.
The police at the Manhai Border Checkpoint dug a tomb in the fruit forest of the camp as a resting place for Binda. The tombstone faces the place where Binda used to perform duties.
p >The picture shows Binda. Manhai Border Checkpoint provides
“Binda has dedicated his whole life. The port on duty has its flexible figure, and the investigation scene has its agile skills. If there is an afterlife, we will be comrades-in-arms with Binda. “The policeman tearfully wrote a memorial for Binda. (End)